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10-02-2012 10:51 PM
joelseph You never go full retard!

AHHHHH
10-02-2012 02:46 PM
ShredLife this thread has officially gone full-retard.

10-02-2012 01:59 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by alaric View Post
Yes, yes it is. Because I know people who still wear these god forsaken pants.

Please explain to me how a skinny pant has better mobility than a regular fitted pant (note, I'm not saying baggy). The range of motion with a tight fit pant is reduced.
This is why companies like Holdend and L1 use the term "tailored". Its cut to match the shape. Also we aren't doing high kicks on snowboards unless you're doing one footers. And in that case, Nick V. He seems fine doing it. Oh and Tuck Knee board slides. Look at the guys that tweak the shit out of grabs and jibs. 60% of them were tight. If it really limited mobility enough to effect snowboarding do you think they'd keep doin it?
10-02-2012 01:53 PM
alaric
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Originally Posted by Nivek View Post
Is this really still a thing people think? Good lord people if they're made for men they have mens inseams. And they nearly all stretch. A fitted pant has BETTER mobility.

Now go smoke your doobies, drink your Natty Ice, and play a few rounds of Call of Duty.
Yes, yes it is. Because I know people who still wear these god forsaken pants.

Please explain to me how a skinny pant has better mobility than a regular fitted pant (note, I'm not saying baggy). The range of motion with a tight fit pant is reduced.
10-01-2012 11:00 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by alaric View Post
How to do your balls feel with skinny pants? Can you get the full range of motion for the park?


Don't lie to yourself, the answer is no.

The skinny pants look is so fucking stupid, I don't get it.

/done not contributing to this thread.
Is this really still a thing people think? Good lord people if they're made for men they have mens inseams. And they nearly all stretch. A fitted pant has BETTER mobility.

Now go smoke your doobies, drink your Natty Ice, and play a few rounds of Call of Duty.
10-01-2012 04:11 PM
powispow 32 has some nice pants
ThirtyTwo Kermit, Indigo Outerwear ThirtyTwo, Rider Driven Snowboarding
10-01-2012 02:29 PM
ShredLife gay rights.
10-01-2012 02:14 PM
SnowOwl I remember when kids at my high school started getting into the tight pants phase...Got so ridiculous they literally started wearing their sister's pants. How this trend bled into snowboarding, i'll never know.
09-28-2012 05:59 PM
bseracka
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Originally Posted by Slydepro76 View Post
Ive never even heard of those are they nice and waterproof?
westbeach.com
They've been around since the late 80s, so they're doing something right. They're out of BC Canada.
09-28-2012 05:44 PM
alaric How to do your balls feel with skinny pants? Can you get the full range of motion for the park?


Don't lie to yourself, the answer is no.

The skinny pants look is so fucking stupid, I don't get it.

/done not contributing to this thread.
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